I sneak up and hit you like a fuckin' tornado
You ain't no operator, so who the fuck are you then
I sneak up and hit you like a fuckin' tornado
If you don't hit those faders I won't ever stop
I sneak up and hit you like a fuckin' tornado
With a to the and a with a
I sneak up and hit you like a fuckin' tornado
You ain't no operator
You ain't no operator
I want to be
Want to be
Want to be
Want to be
Want to be
Want to be
Pretty
Down, get down, gettin' down with my bad self
Get down, get down, gettin' down with my bad self
I sneak up and hit you like a fuckin' tornado
I sneak up and hit you like a fuckin' tornado
You stupid man, you try to get information
For what, for why, for this is not a resident
No, this is mine nigga, this is mine
I sneak up and hit you like a fuckin' tornado
I sneak up and hit you like a fuckin' tornado
I want to be
Want to be
Want to be
Want to be
Want to be
Want to be
Pretty
Down, get down, gettin' down with my bad self
Get down, get down, gettin' down with my bad self
Get down
Rock this joint nigga
Rock this joint nigga
Rock this joint nigga
In an old school way
Rock this joint nigga
Rock this joint nigga
Rock this joint nigga
In an old school way


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Tornado Lyrics as written by Parrish Joseff Smith Lana Michelle Moorer

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    best song by far by MSI, i love it

    BKirbs34on September 10, 2002   Link
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    yeah man

    12_Omega_21on March 12, 2003   Link
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    Awesome awesome song....<333 MSI owns me

    RandomlyEvilon May 07, 2003   Link
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    they tried to play it on the radio here....lol...and people complained about it cause they beeped out all the cuss words and you couldnt really enjoy the song....yea im kinda happyt about that cause i dont want everyone and there mother listening to msi...there to good to have 11 and 12 year olds show up to there shows....

    xpitythisbreedxon June 30, 2003   Link
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    I figure an MSI song won't sound that different with loads of beeps in it. And i don't think there's many mothers who want to hear the lines "bitches love me cause they know that i can rock bitches love me cause they know that i can rhyme bitches love me cause they know that i can fuck bitches love me cause they know that im on time" anyway, so i think you're safe in that respect.

    shadowwiththeeyeson September 27, 2004   Link
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    I like the Alienating Our Audience version of this song better.

    SomewhatDamagedon April 12, 2005   Link
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    Is this osng about how how they rock? Regardless it's really cool.

    zeffezon January 01, 2006   Link
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    MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM SS SS SSSSS SS II IIII II II II M M M MMMM M S S S S I I IIIIIII II

    lava_timeon January 10, 2006   Link
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    zeffez, you could be right! I love MSi are the sex.

    -IheartBeanieBoy-on January 22, 2006   Link
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    MSI

    PhasedxIronyon May 29, 2006   Link

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